Watched Peter Pan, famed for it's attitude towards native Americans but it's treatment of females isn't much better. In terms of overall quality, well drawn but Tinker-bell feels like she is drawn flat (as are the mermaids), songs tend to be chorus with the pirates having some catchy ones and the one really good song is the uh... controversial Indian one. Good at creating sense of characters from all the kids, the baddies, the parents (all hail George), the use of animals like Nanny and the crocodile was excellent, loved the crocodile. Hook's costume is more memorable then himself but the crocodile is a great character!
I do wonder how deliberate Peter Pan being sinister is. The way he is drawn, his temper, treatment of others, enjoying mutilating others and driving someone into a break-down, it is either a really clever glimpse at the nasty side of children or inadvertent.
“You, are a rebellious son who abandoned his father. You are a cruel brigand who murdered his lord. How can Heaven and Earth put up with you for long? And unless you die soon, how can you face the sight of men?”